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Your 2012 digital slate card

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We don't have to tell you why it's imperative that we re-elect our President 15 days from now—you know how much is at stake. But it's important to remember this: It's not enough just to vote for President Obama and Vice President Biden. If we want to create real, lasting change for the next four years and the next generation, we need to send a team of Democrats to Washington and to statehouses across the country who will work with President Obama to keep us moving forward.

That's why today, we're excited to roll out the first nationwide digital slate card that either political party has deployed online. We've been working closely with state Democratic parties to bring you slatecard.democrats.org, where you can access a handy list of federal and state Democratic candidates for most states—and even some party-endorsed ballot issues.

Today, we're excited to roll out the first nationwide digital slate card that either political party has deployed online. We've been working closely with state Democratic parties to bring you slatecard.democrats.org, where you can access a handy list of federal and state Democratic candidates for most states—and even some party-endorsed ballot issues.

The digital slate card is simple to use. Just provide the ZIP code and address where you're registered to vote, and we'll pull publicly available data to create a list of Democratic candidates in your area, information on when and where early voting is available, and a list of what to bring to the polls. We'll also include easy-to-find links to your state board of elections and your state Democratic Party for more information about casting your ballot. You can share the slate card with your friends on all your social networks to make sure they know who to vote for, too. And when you're ready to head to the polls, you can bring your personalized slate card with you on your mobile phone or tablet—or print out a copy right from the site.

Early voting has already begun in many states across the country, so get started right now at slatecard.democrats.org.

Find your slate